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Col. Jocelyn J. Schermerhorn, a 25-year Air Force officer and CSU alumna, became the first woman to take command of the 1st Special Operations Wing in Monday ceremonies at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command (MSN Now).
CSU alumnus Ben Pinkelman is taking advantage of the IOC postponement to prepare for the Tokyo Games.
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has upended work and life worldwide. For three Colorado State University social work alumni who specialize in HIV/AIDS interventions, there has been a clear need to carry on offering support to clients, as well as to prioritize professional self-care.
Alumni Association member Laurine Smith (B.S., ’80; M.S.W., ’98) is, at the core of her being, a caretaker and a stalwart Ram.
Mathiason has an amazing talent for creating communities to work together for a common goal. For example, she has an interest in bringing other voices to scientific communication and leadership.
"Experiences from this time will shape your personal and professional life, and I know that you will contribute to our profession in unique and powerful ways.” -Dr. Melinda Frye
You can’t keep us from adapting. You can’t stop our creativity and humor. You can’t stop us from caring for each other. You can’t stop us from expressing our diverse opinions as human beings. -Dr. Tony Frank in CSU Magazine
"I'm just so grateful for everything everyone has done for us at the VTH, and it's so great to see all my classmates. I just want to say thank you," said Melissa Sandate.
Carissa Robinson (MSW, '12) is a founder and current leader within the Coffin-Siris Syndrome Foundation. Robinson discussed how her development as a social work professional have evolved based on the needs of community and family, and how all social workers "are uniquely skilled at listening and showing up where needs may exist."